Canadians Care benefit raises $200,000 for Syrian refugee effort
Monkey Junk singer Steve Marriner.
Monkey Junk guitarist Tony D.
Global's Tom Clark.
CBC's Peter Mansbridge.
The crowd at the Blacksheep Inn.
Ensight's Jaime Watt and U.S. Ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman.
Singer Whitney Rose.
Artist Philip Craig donated a series of PM portraits which raised $7,000 for the evening.
Liberal MP Steve MacKinnon.
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett and former NDP MP Megan Leslie.
Columnist Chantal Hébert, reporter Susan Delacourt and Kathleen Monk.
PMO communications director Kate Purchase, Jane Kennedy and Molly Anderson.
Ensight's Jaime Watt, MediaStyle's Ian Capstick and Ensight's Andrew Balfour.
Dan Mader and CTV's Mercedes Stephenson.
Bruce Andreson, who helped organize the concert, with Global's Tom Clark.
Steve Marriner, lead vocalist for Canadian band Monkey Junk, performed at a benefit concert on Dec. 11 at the Blacksheep Inn in Wakefield, Que., to raise money for Syrian refugees coming to Canada.
Parliamentary chief of protocol Elizabeth Rody and Jane Kennedy.